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Help For Tornado Victims
By Associated Press
Updated: 1 year ago

ATLANTA  —  
State Labor Commissioner Mark Butler has announced the Georgia Department of Labor will offer assistance to workers who are temporarily out of a job or have been laid off in the wake of Wednesday's storm.  Butler says the department of labor's Cartersville Career Center will set up two temporary assistance centers in Adairsville between Feb. 5 and 14.  (photo of Daiki plant courtesy of the National Weather Service)
State Labor Commissioner Mark Butler has announced the Georgia Department of Labor will offer assistance to workers who are temporarily out of a job or have been laid off in the wake of Wednesday's storm. Butler says the department of labor's Cartersville Career Center will set up two temporary assistance centers in Adairsville between Feb. 5 and 14. (photo of Daiki plant courtesy of the National Weather Service)
State Labor Commissioner Mark Butler has announced the Georgia Department of Labor will offer assistance to workers who are temporarily out of a job or have been laid off in the wake of Wednesday's storm.

Butler says the department of labor's Cartersville Career Center will set up two temporary assistance centers in Adairsville between Feb. 5 and 14. Butler says people who are out of work because of the storm may file claims for unemployment insurance benefits and get help with finding a new job.

Butler says about 80 employees of a steel manufacturing plant in Adairsville will be out of work while the plant is rebuilt.

Officials expect the rebuilding process to take a minimum of six months.